30 Accommodation, 7 Events , 97 Things to do
Glenn Lucas is one of the most established woodturners in Ireland today. Specialising in wood turned products, he balances his bowl production with an extensive teaching programme run from his County Carlow ‘Woodturning Study Centre’ in Bagnelstown.
VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art at the George Bernard Shaw Theatre, in Carlow Town, presents the work of a balanced mixture of local, national and international artists.
The Seven Oaks Hotel is one of the foremost hotels in Carlow, offering its guests the warmest of Irish welcomes and comfortable, three-star accommodations.
The Barrow Bistro at the Dolmen Hotel, Kilkenny road Carlow is a family friendly restaurant that offers the finest standards in Irish and international cuisine.
Situated beside Carlow Castle, lovers of Thai food will enjoy The Weeping Thaiger Restaurant with its authentic Thai cuisine and excellent service.
The Liberty Tree is a bronze sculpture designed by John Behan commemorating the 1798 rebellion, in Carlow Town.
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Discover the secret life of the Blackstairs Mountains and know more about birds, flora, fungi, mammals and butterflies of the Blackstairs mountains and the River Barrow.
Jun 06 2014 - Jun 15 2014
Visual art, theatre, music, literature, street carnival, & cultural diversions of all shapes make up this 35-year-old festival which brings creativity to the towns, villages, mountain and riverbanks...
A place for the whole family, the Ivy Rooms Snooker Club is located in Graigcullen, County Carlow. It is home to the Q 'n' Brew Café, which serves a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches, teas, coffees and more.
$2800 per person sharing
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280.00 pp half board, includes all trips etc
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